Since May 2014, LOFT.297 opened its doors and it is the latest addition to the Amsterdam Street-Art gallery scene. But they just didn’t open, they openend with a bang by showcasing a solo-show by old-school Graffiti legen BLADE.
4 members of Multi Syndicate Amsterdam return to their home countries and as a last good-bye farewell, they invited a couple of befriended artists to put a nice exhibition “Nothing to Loose” together with good music and lots of beers.
Just recently a very special show opened in Amsterdam: Crime Time Kings featuring old-school Graffiti legends Shoe, Bando and Mode2.
Donovan Spaanstra is a true old-school Graffiti writer, who developed his style and skills towards a successful contemporary artist. Still using spray-paint as his main tool, he creates stunning portraits and cityscapes in his original pointillist style.
Amsterdam born and raised visual artist SjocoSjon researches the elements of the visual language that is used in modern popular culture.
5 Danish Graffiti artists came over to Amsterdam in the end of May for Urban Art Festival to take on a 4 day painting marathon and create a 500 m2 mural in the Eastside of the city.
End of May, four guys of Budapest’s own Coloured Effects Crew flew over to Amsterdam to participate in our Urban art Festival. Mr. Zero, Fat Heat, TransOne and Böki created on the backside of the IVKO school in the South-side of the city a burner wall: Hungarian Goulash.
Hugo Kaagman is one of the pioneers in the international Street-Art scene and a true master in stencil art. Since 1978, he develops an own iconic picture language, often in his classic “Delft Blue” with motives ranging from Dutch tradition to Punk Rock and politics.
A hugely successful Urban Art Festival was closed out on Sunday June 1st with the Dutch premiere of the Style Wars 2 movie by Veli & Amos. The directors stayed on after the screening of the movie to engage in a panel discussion. This movie definitely sparks debate to say the least!
Urban Art Festival Amsterdam presents a series of murals by some of the best Graffiti artists around. Three murals, three concepts, three teams (Copenhagen, Budapest, Lisbon) – three burner productions!